- Helps remove grass, mud, grease, and more
- Convenient built-in brush helps lift stains away
- Bottle made with recycled and plant plastic
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Sophie: a few months ago
Simply the best stain remover I've ever found. Got rid of fresh blueberries disaster on white dress and vinaigrette one (olive oil+ balsamic vinegar) whole jug spilled on white printed silk pants. Also moving truc oil grease on beige couch. Each time stains removed within minutes. Use it with brush. Let it sink in. Rinse. For harder stains, work by alternating more or less with rinsing. Plus it is from Ecover, now my favorite brand. Used it a lot in US. Got sad not to find it in Canada, so thanks Well.ca!
Kori: a few months ago
I can't understand the negative reviews for this product! Seriously. It's amazing. I just bought two more bottles. We use a lot of olive oil and we're always splashing it on ourselves. I've often missed seeing some oil stains on a sweater and put it in the washer and dryer. By then they're pretty set stains. But Ecover gets them out. Dampen the area, squeeze out a small amount of the stain remover, scrub it for 30 seconds and toss it back in the wash. It's like magic. Many of us have great sensitivities to chemicals, and in my experience the big name brands filled with toxic chemicals are harsh and they don't work. Ecover does.
Autumn: about a year ago
Had high hopes for this but very disappointing. It isn't even fading most food, outdoor dirt stains on my toddler's clothes. I'm also not a fan of the gel brush, prefer a spray. The scent smells like a mixture of men's cologne and an herbal pine forest type smell. It's not unpleasant, just not the scent I want my 2 year old daughter's clothing to have. Won't repurchase.
Helen: more than a year ago
I'm amazed at how well this works! I usually scrub at the stains a bit and then just throw the item in the wash and the stain comes right out. My only disappointment is that it's not safe to use on wool and I actually bought it to use on wool and other delicates. Thankfully it works well on my regular laundry and I've already repurchased it.
Victoria: more than a year ago
This takes out most stains from leaking/exploding diapers (lol), but does take some extra work in comparison to using (e.g.) Tide. I've found it works best when you wash off the stain a bit first, apply/scrub the product, the soak it on its own or in cold water for at least an hour before throwing it in the wash. Also works best if applied immediately after the fabric is stained.